DOI:  10.1007/s10750-012-1371-y  Disturbance and the role of refuges in mediterranean climate streams
Author: Robson, Belinda J..  v. 719  no. 1, pp. 77- 91
ISSN:  0018-8158  EISSN:  1573-5117 
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